It’s hard to recall our last dry weekend. That’s because we have not had one this year.
After a beautiful Saturday, rain was inevitable, although the bulk of moisture fell overnight, more showers will develop Sunday afternoon and evening.
Low pressure will track across Kentucky to Lake Erie Sunday night, bringing spotty showers. The other story is the unseasonably chilly air on the northern side of the storm track, with readings stuck in the low to mid-50s — almost 20 degrees below normal for May 12.
Upper-level low pressure will capture the leftover moisture and trudge eastward Sunday night and Monday, with a few more rounds of light showers, coupled with increasingly blustery and chilly conditions.
High pressure will bring clearing skies on Tuesday. A shower is possible with a weak front late Wednesday, followed by pleasant weather the remainder of the week, with a warming trend.
Despite the gray, chilly weather, have a Happy Mother’s Day! -Ben